The highly anticipated true gothic horror of the new AMC series The Terror hit its mark in a big way as the two-part debut wins its opening night. Truly, every show airing last night received mostly positive reviews, save for a Screen Scholars fave that laid … Continue reading Monday’s Best: The Terror
Death of a Cheerleader, often called A Friend to Die For, is a 1994 made-for-NBC movie starring Tori Spelling as a Mean Girl in a small California town. Kellie Martin plays Angela Delvecchio, a very Catholic, very good, mostly-ignored teenage girl. Valerie Harper stars as Angela’s mom, and … Continue reading Death Of A Cheerleader: Tori Spelling’s Greatest Work?
A television icon returns tonight on ABC. The Office‘s awkwardly charming Jenna Fischer makes her triumphant comeback with a new high-concept comedy. Oh, the classic family sitcom starring John Goodman and Sara Gilbert is also revived. We forget the name. Also, the Baskets family leaves us … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/27/2018
An insanely busy Sunday yielded almost zero bad reviews, nothing came in at lower than a 7–essentially a “B” average. There were two debuts. Trust tells the same tale as last year’s major motion picture All The Money in the World–the 1973 Getty kidnapping–with Donald Sutherland in the … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Timeless
So, we have sixteen shows remaining in our field and one more day to pare it down to eight–an elite eight. This here’s the one-click (well, eight clicks overall) page to get all your voting in at once.
Tonight, the savvy viewer can choose from the usual Monday array of superheroes and anti-heroes, a new historical thriller, a charming three-woman heist drama we feel You Should Be Watching!, and the first half of Judd Apatow’s four-hour-plus tribute to the legendary Garry Shandling. JASON’S … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/26/2018
In our final of eight March Madness sections, we have one of the longest-running shows in television history, Grey’s Anatomy, going up against the brand new adaptation of Caleb Carr’s 1994 novel, The Alienist. Featurettes below. You know what to do! Vote! Or head on into Bracket … Continue reading Sweet 16: Crime-Solving Savants vs. Medical Dramas